Arun kumar

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Great Question. and in this thread someone has asked "wats life afterall!!!". I was watching a TV series for last few months on "Bhagwad Gita". I was amazed by the understanding of our ancestors regarding life, death, god, soul etc. Krishna says every one is soul not body (very difficult to relize but true). Life, death, relationships, this material world is tightly coupled with body. Soul has no attachment with all these. Body take birth, lives and ultimately dies. soul remains as it is. When human get to understand this truth they get enlightment. Also, they become fearless. They submit themselves to the almighty. While we are "supposedly" or "apparently" or the "so called" living this life, its mere a moment on the scale of eternity for which the soul exists. This life is a creation of god's maya. Normally we take birth with 6 senses (5 physical and 1 conscience). These physical senses only make us realize and keep us bound with the maya and this material world. The conscience can relieve us from these earthly boundings. Once you get relived from these earthly boundings the physical senses becomes your slaves and you use it for your pleasure and this is what we take birth to do. Imagin I start my journey from Delhi to Banglooru on train. I see many thing on the way. I get veriety of food to eat. Similarly i get varity of thing that pleases my various physical senses. but none of them can divert me from my main aim that is reaching banglooru. if i did some blunder on the way and do not make it to Banglooru on time you can relize the consequences. Like project delivery deadline missed etc. So, Life is a moment on eternal journey. God has done all the arrangements to make this moment a pleasure. So life is bound to be beautiful, we just need to elevate ourselvs and submit to the almighty that he gave us a moment of pleasure.......
13 years ago
"Pushpak" is one of the great comedy from India. Since its a movie without any dialog it crosses language barrier. Its a must watch. It has proved that action tells more than words.
13 years ago
I feel any class or object that cant be altered by "Bullet" class's objects should be considered as BulletProof class....
13 years ago
Dude, why not you try Cadbury's Ulta Perk. i hope you must have see its ad.....
13 years ago
this may help you in setting up wrd.bat as a windows service.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/137890
13 years ago
Hi All,
Cleared IBM WAS V6 Core Admin 000-252 with 96% score. its first certi fication in my career. having hands on experiance helped me most. well going through red books was a great reckoner and i got to know the caveats of WAS. i followed following red books (all downloaded from IBM site)

01-sg246451 - WebSphere Application Server V6 System Management & Configuration Handbook.pdf
02-redp3944 - WebSphere Security Fundamentals.pdf
03-sg246316 - WebSphere Application Server V6 Security Handbook.pdf
04-SG246392 - WebSphere Application Server V6 Scalability & Performance.pdf

Regards
Arun Kumar
IBM WAS V6 Core Administrator
Hi All,
I'm preparing for WAS V6 (test 252). one day i found this link in Google and found it excellent. Its flash presentation with voice. hope it would be useful for others as well.....
web page

navigate the left pane. even i've not explored all of the links.

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Arun Kumar
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13 years ago
Hi Deep,
Congrats for realizing what i'm still dreaaming about. Please share the PDF with us. All are desparate to have a look at it. At least tell us from where got the PDF.
Please mail me at sun.arun@gmail.com
[ January 22, 2007: Message edited by: Arooon kooomar ]
Go to this URL http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246451.html?Open
I think you would be having this book. Its enough to give you theoritical orientation. But it wont give any idea about the pattern of questions.
Regards
Arun
Hi,
I'm planning to prepare for "IBM WebSphere V6 Administration" certification. Please let me know some links to sample questions. I've got Red books for study material, which is exceptional, but no idea about the pattern of question. Also, I would like to have some tips and advice from those who are already certified.
Hi,
for last 3 weeks i was struggling to solve an EJB Lookup problem. yesterday lastly i found solution on IBM's site . i want to share it with you as the pain to find a solution to this problem was monumental and i would like to save others from the same pain.

Scnario: i created one EJB project(say ABCD) on WSAD5 and deployed there itself. i created one web project on WSAD5 on another PC(say PC2). now i tried to lookup ABCD which was running on PC1. it failed to lookup and threw some Exception. then i created an independent java class and tried to lookup the same bean from PC1 itself to check if jndi binding is fine or not, but this time i got entirely dirrerent Exception.

solution to 2nd problem was that, EJB running on PC1 was using IBM JDK and the independent java class which i wrote was using SUN JDK and there was a mismatch which was causing the problem. after compiling and running the class on IBM JDK it started Looking up the bean succesfully. but the web application on PC2 was still failing. here also i changed the JDK version for whole web application but of no use. the actual problem was the serverindex.xml file. this file is used by the application server. in this file there is one property called endPointName="BOOTSTRAP_ADDRESS" whose value was "localhost". when i cahnged it to the corresponding ip address, the web application also started looking up successfully. and after 3 weeks i happily.......

Arun Kumar